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Added to site: 15th January 2018

Sun Ra and Solar Arkestra
On Jupiter

This is a mini album, and it immediately followed Languidity. Made for Sun Ra's Philadelphia jazz imprint, Saturn (incidentally, the planet that was Sun Ra's home, true believers), this album was Sun Ra's brilliant stab at funk. If Languidity was Sun Ra's dance album, this is most certainly his funk album. The definite highlight is "UFO", which ...view item »

Holger Czukay

Massive big box set of material from the legendary Can experimenter Holger Czukay containing lashings of his tape splicing work plus collaborations with the likes of Jaki Liebezeit and Cluster & Eno. Contains unreleased and rare material plus a DVD, 36 page booklet and a download c...view item »

Hundred Year Old Man

Leeds based six-piece Hundred Year Old Man delve deeply into the post-sludge sound with their second release, Rei. Drawing heavily on the likes of Neurosis, this three track 12” drags you under with their monolithic, towering sound. Walls of atmospheric and bludgeoning guitars crash into a cathart...view item »

Tor Lundvall
A Dark Place

Tor Lundvall's 'A Dark Place' comes over a decade since the release of his previous album, and is a remarkably open work of sincerity and emotional expression. Dealing with themes of loss and the passing of time, it's also inextricably linked to the passing of his father. An honest, darkly beautiful piece of work....view item »
Added to site: 12th January 2018

Kruder & Dorfmeister
The K&D Sessions

On its first release in the late 90s, this epic downbeat journey was ranked alongside Carboot Soul and Entroducing as an eternal late night classic. Now almost twenty years later its legend lives on. The numerous collaborations and session tracks still sound deep and wonderful, and are come on a vast and satisfying five LPs. Dig in....view item »

Charles Watson
Now That I’m A River

Charles Watson claims that he has now become a river, but how can that be? Much more believable is that he is a member of both Slow Club and The Surfing Magazines, and that he is now rol...view item »

Hidden Orchestra
Dawn Chorus Remixes

Joe Acheson’s solo, yet guest heavy, project Hidden Orchestra released his Dawn Chorus album in 2017 to great praise. Now revisiting it’s source material with a long list of producers and artists to bring it new life. Includes remixes from Throwing Snow, Max Cooper...view item »

Sunflower Bean
Twentytwo in Blue

Sophomore LP from New Yorkers Sunflower Bean, following up 2016’s Human Ceremony. The three-piece band return to their classic rock vibe, this time with lyrics influenced by the volatile political climate of the last couple of years. The sound of a youn...view item »


Modest Japanese doom purveyors Corrupted have spent years taking their favourite genre staples and refining them with nuance and fine subtleties. Still loud and unruly as you like the best of them, their Nadie EP is bat out of hell sludge brilliance from two decades ago, and it finally gets the ...view item »

Seven That Spells
The Death and Resurrection of Krautrock: OMEGA

From the prog-vintage style sleeve art to the band and album titles, it's fair to say that Seven That Spells new album The Death And Resurrection of Krautrock: OMEGA (the f...view item »

Insect Ark
Marrow Hymns

'Marrow Hymns' represents a band who have reached a new level of maturity. Following a selection of singles and EPs and the recruitment of Spungin on drums, it's fitting for Profound Lore to be issuing this full length. Swampy, ethereal cathedral darkness for fans of Menace Ruine, SunnO))) and any blackened dark...view item »
Added to site: 11th January 2018

Frankie Cosmos

Frankie Cosmos leader and chief songwriter Greta Kline has an impressive 52 releases under her belt in just seven years. Vessel is her third under the Frankie Cosmos name and sees her looking back at the effect this artistically prolific time has had on her through her particular brand of pleasingly melodic indie-pop. LP, CD and...view item »
Added to site: 10th January 2018

Cavern Of Anti-Matter
Hormone Lemonade

Tim Gane's Cavern Of Anti-Matter return with their third studio album continuing their journey into the bowels of kraut rock by way of modular synths and homemade drum machines. Hormone Lemonade still has the loose improvised feel that will be familiar to those in awe of their previous offerings. ...view item »

Courtney Marie Andrews
May Your Kindness Remain

Arizona-based singer/songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews is back with the follow-up to her critically lauded 2017 debut breakthrough ‘Honest’. Written while touring her first record, ‘May Your Kindness Remain’ explores Andrews’ relationships (some lasting, some fleeting) with people she meets on the r...view item »

Erika Wennerstrom
Sweet Unknown

Erika Wennerstrom is the singer for the rock band Heartless Bastards, or at least she usually is. On this occasion, she is performing as a solo artist, allowing her songs to flow in precisely the way she wants them to go. Sweet Unknown is extra personal, extra intimate, and highly recommended for ...view item »

So Be It, Lumbricina

Beatmaster dgoHN is back with third single “So Be It, Lumbricina” out on Love Love records, and it’s a rollicking exploration of blissed-out drum ‘n’ bass. Deep grooves, meaty basslines and funk-fuelled jams weave through the record, seamlessly moving between controlled chaos and skin-prickling euph...view item »

Chris Carter
Chemistry Lessons Volume 1

The synth-king of Throbbing Gristle, Chris & Cosey and Carter Tutti Void presents a solo album, his first for seventeen years! Chemistry Lessons Volume 1 has a sort of vintage flavour, with old-school electronics weaving around almost folk-esque melodies. It’s got twenty-five ...view item »
Added to site: 9th January 2018

Peanut Butter Wolf
My Vinyl Weighs A Ton

Peanut Butter Wolf’s debut, My Vinyl Weighs A Ton was originally released in 1999 and is regarded as one of the best independent hip-hop albums of the ‘90s. Peanut Butter Wolf, aka Californian producer, DJ and crate digger Chris Manak used guest rappers to provide the lyrics to his well constructed mix of beats and s...view item »
Added to site: 8th January 2018

Eyes Of A Key

Really interesting one this. South Carolina Mix-O-Rap had a couple of (very) minor hits in the 80s in a style that fused disco, Go Go and rap, then promptly disappeared. He appears to have been putting in work as DJ Blak in the intervening period, but People’s Potential Unlimited have mana...view item »
Added to site: 7th January 2018

John Coltrane

2017 marked the fiftieth anniversary of John Coltrane’s death, so it’s no surprise that the last couple of years have seen an increase in the amount of legacy release from the great man's catalogue. This latest takes its name from his gigantic ‘Naima’ and features what label Le Chant Du Monde...view item »

Samuel Rohrer / Ricardo Villalobos / Burnt Friedman
Range Of Regularity Remixes

Samuel Rohrer’s album Range Of Regularity bears further fruit as the basis for these varied and interesting re-interpretations. Among the roster of remixers is the legend Ricardo Villalobos, who contributes two versions, but the presence of Burnt Friedman is not to be underestimat...view item »
Added to site: 5th January 2018

The Conservatives

This is a new project from the duo of I-f and John Scheffer AKA The Parallax Corporation. Known for their Pitchfork-approved electro-pop it really isn't the best idea for them to call themselves the Conservatives. I mean, there's just nothing good about the Conservatives never mind cool. They might want to have a re-think on tha...view item »

Picture: Karmon

Karmon serves up the second release in Diynamic Records’ Picture: series. Picture: Karmon contains six pieces of deftly-weighted deep house from the central European school. Tracks like ‘Eleventh Hour’ and ‘Endless’ have a nicely balanced tension between bass and t...view item »
Added to site: 4th January 2018

Julian Cope
Saint Julian

Julian Cope's music has always sounded different to whatever else is going on at the time. His post punk band The Teardrop Explodes were different to other bands at the time. In away, it makes his music genuinely timeless. There's a bit of an '80s sheen on "St. Julian", his third solo album from 1987, ...view item »

Julian Cope
Peggy Suicide

Cope’s seventh album marks his reinvention and the beginnings of his Arch-Drude persona. Having moved away from attempts at chart pop with the understated home-recorded albums Skellington and Droolian, this sprawling double LP showed a more ambitious and fully-formed new direction. The songs are politicised, dealing with environmentalism a...view item »

Julian Cope
My Nation Underground

Cope’s fourth LP may have marked something of a dead end to the first part of his solo career, but it’s not without its charms. Taking Funkadelic, Sly Stone and 60s garage rock and psychedelia as inspirations, the album includes covers of The Vogues’ 5 O'Clock World and Someone...view item »

Julian Cope

While Peggy Suicide debuted the “mature” Julian, this three-sided follow-up went all-out, with the emphasis on the ‘out’. Largely inspired by Krautrock, Jehovahkill captures all the intensity and variety of that genre, from eccentric acid folk to full-on psych bombast. The subject matter takes in stone circles, Christ, an...view item »

Mohammad Reza Mortazavi

Fascinating rhythmic explorations by Mohammad Reza Mortazavi on Padre Himalaya. The way he renders the timbres and textures of two traditional Persian instruments, the tonbak and the daf, make for captivating and intimate listening. Most interesting is the seeming relationship between this style and European mi...view item »
Added to site: 31st December 2017

L.A. Law
Law & Order

A team-up of Gabe Fulvimar (Gap Dream) and Jessie Jones (Feeding People), this is a record of 80s-flavoured synth-pop that manages to sound both sleek and lo-fi at the same time. There’s a cool B-movie car-chase vibe to tracks like ‘Hiatus’ and ‘Happy Alteration’, while ‘Shive...view item »
Added to site: 29th December 2017

Danger Dance

On Harbinger Sound (Sleaford Mods etc), Noseholes (yup we all have two of them) make a kind of rackety no-wave and post-punk that it sure to blow any cobwebs away. Comparisons have been made to bands like Bush Tetras and Shopping and so this distinctly lop sided tangle of g...view item »
Added to site: 21st December 2017

Tommy Mandel
Mello Magic

Best known as some 80s fingers for hire - he played keys for Bryan Adams, The Clash and plenty of others - Tommy Mandel has also self-released plenty of his own work down the years. Invisible City hoover up some of the stuff he put to tape in the 80s for a compilation of ‘...view item »

Jamal Moss
Acid Taken Over

The man better known as Hieroglyphic Being presents five tracks from his self-released, silver envelope-encased Acid Attacks tape, plus an extra unreleased cut. This music has all the squelchy hallmarks of acid, but twisted into surprising and exciting new forms. Very hard, uncompromising and avan...view item »

Cru Servers
Blubber Totem

Experimental and deftly leftfield meanderings bubble forth from a hazy analog pond, the Glaswegian production duo Cru Servers morph from the abstract and shapeless to ambient leftfield hip hop beats from beneath the earth’s crust and muffled house beats with eccentric synthesis and sample skewing. Joy in free experimentati...view item »
Added to site: 20th December 2017

Bend Sinister

Rare old material from Bend Sinister, the Seattle noise punk scuzzballs who did their thing in the late 90’s. Tape2 adds to the very slender Bend Sinister discography with a bunch of studio and practice space recordings that capture the band’s fiercely loud and distorted punk howlings. Vinyl...view item »

Steve Reich
Pulse / Quartet

Steve Reich’s office has a huge portrait of Steve Reich looking down benevolently on Steve Reich. Which is kind of like a Steve Reich piece, feeding off itself in a continuous loop. Where Quartet is full of energy and all over the place harmonically, Pulses is a more quiet work - especially for Reich stan...view item »

Sonny Smith
Rod For Your Love

He deserves to recline on his sofa-shaped car, does Sonny Smith: this is his tenth studio album, and if that's not cause for celebration, what is? Rod For Your Love draws on old-school country rock and employs big, communally yelled melodies to share its portion of sunshine with you. Rockin' and rollin' a...view item »


Woozy, mid-fi leftfield electro from Berlin’s RAMZi. A global ear informs the sample-laden cratediggery of Pèze-Piton, with chugging, tropical timbres that cha...view item »
Added to site: 18th December 2017

High Rise
High Rise II

Black Editions’ reissue program of the catalogue of Tokyo’s P.S.F. Records continues with this 1986 recording. Asahito Nanjo’s trio had a relatively traditional and stripped-down approach to psychedelia, rooted in the speedfreak biker rock’n’roll of Blue Che...view item »

Digable Planets
Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space) - 25th Anniversary Edition

Finally: a reissue of Digable Planets’ 1993 debut, Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space)! It's the first time the record has been on vinyl since those heady days, now expanded to 2 discs. Their laid-back, finger-snappin' jazzy sound spawned the huge hit 'Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)' - and - the ...view item »

Pascal Comelade

Superlative vintage EMS / AKS synthesiser music from Pascal Comelade circa the late 1970’s. Paralelo, which receives its first proper reissue here, is a wonderful work of personal synthetic sound exploration that needs to be heard! The reissue also adds a whole LP’s worth of bonuses, including a long piece w...view item »
Added to site: 14th December 2017

One / Three

Ghostly International serve up a remastered version of Dabrye’s seminal 2001 One/Three to drop concurrently with the producer’s new LP Three/Three. Often cited as one of the most important beat-tapes of the early millennium, One/Three offers so much more than mere D...view item »


The third track from this record (No Child Of God) was, apparently, on a mac & cheese 'commercial' in 2015. Kind of cool being as this record was released in the early 2000's when the hip-hop scene was well and truly in full swing. Instrmntl by Dabrye has been granted a reissued from the mighty powers that be on Ghostly and ...view item »

Three / Three

It has taken Todd Mullinix a little longer than expected to complete the trio of Dabrye albums begun with 2001’s One/Three, but he’s got there in the end. To make up for the wait the Ann Arbor producer serves up near-twenty tracks of envelope-pushing hip-hop. His first two LPs influenced the...view item »
Added to site: 13th December 2017

Voice Hardcore

When someone talks about 'Sound Art', I imagine that this is probably exactly what they are hearing in their head. Phew is a Japanese voice artist who is constantly able to layer her voice alongside different sounds to make you feel the strangest of emotions and sensations. From tingles down your spine, to a feeling of impending...view item »

Black Noise
Nature Of The Beast

Mike Grant (AKA Cool Peepl) and Damon Peterson (AKA 8088, Baby Pop, Damon Lamar) have got together as Black Noise to release Nature Of The Beast via Metroplex. If you’ve read this far, you’ll already know that this is essential techno. It was pressed in Detroit too. Perfect. Repress ...view item »
Added to site: 12th December 2017

Wild Things (16 Freakbeat Nuggets From 1966 - 1968)

It’s unlikely that you’ll have heard of many of the bands on Wild Things (16 Freakbeat Nuggets 1966-1968) but if you like The Pretty Things, The Who, The Yardbirds then this fuzzed-up collection of little known ‘60s New Zealand bands will most definitely float your boat. It&rsq...view item »


Fans of twisted up black metal rejoice as Australia's bleakest export return for their fifth full length album. Expect the trademark buzzing shreds, leanings towards Psyopus and Crowpath, but a sound that further pushes the band into the kind of depraved obscurity that earned them their dimly gleaming reputation...view item »

The Courteeners
St. Jude Re:Wired

The Courteeners frontman, Liam Fray, went on a little jaunt around the country playing acoustic shows. Inspired by this, and to mark the 10th anniversary of the release of their debut album, The Courteeners have decided to re-record St. Jude in an unplugged stylie...view item »

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